Fair Housing: Baltimore City Investigations - Best Practices Virtual Class
Fair Housing: Baltimore City Investigations and Best Practices
Join the Baltimore Office of Equity and Civil Rights for this Free Fair Housing Training geared at housing professionals. As the City’s agency dedicated to investigating fair housing complaints, the Baltimore Office of Equity and Civil Rights will provide information concerning Article 4 of the Baltimore City Code, recently passed Source of Income protections, and our investigative process. We will also cover specific topics including Federal and State laws, assistance animals, other reasonable accommodations and modifications, and more. Learn about some best practices so you do not have to feel concerned about tenants filing complaints of housing discrimination!
Instructed by: Lauren Jackson of Baltimore City Office of Equity and Civil Rights
Lauren Jackson is an Investigator with the Baltimore City Office of Equity and Civil Rights. Prior to joining the team, Ms. Jackson received her masters from Morgan State University in City Planning and went on to work for one of the nation’s oldest fair housing organizations, Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. After the closure of BNI, Ms. Jackson began her career with Baltimore City. Ms. Jackson manages the City’s Fair Housing Initiative Program which is funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Ms. Jackson is a lifelong Maryland resident and a recent first time homeowner here in Baltimore City.
Class Pass: Free
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